A New York man is accused of lifting images of a dead Army veteran killed in combat for his Facebook profile, using the handsome photos to pick up women on the social-networking site. Sgt. Roberto Sanchez, the man in the pictures, was posthumously awarded the Purple Heart after an IED killed him in Afghanistan. An anonymous New Yorker, who went by Dylan Sorvino, uploaded Sanchez’s memorial photos and used them to entice women into online conversations, often pretending that he was about to leave for a new tour of duty. Sanchez’s friends and family found out about the ploy, prompting Sorvino to delete his account. "My son died for this country. How can anyone do that? It's so heartless,” the Army vet’s mother said.